- a seaport in NW France, on the English Channel: resort.
Also called Trou·ville-sur-Mer [troo-veel-syr-mer] /tru vil sürˈmɛr/.
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Examples from the Web for trouville
Go to Trouville or Dinard, or some place where there's plenty of life.The Avenger
E. Phillips Oppenheim
On the beach at Trouville with Lady Dolly skipping before him in the sea.The Man Who Lost Himself
H. De Vere Stacpoole
Only to say good-morning, because I am going to spend the day at Trouville with some friends.Pierre and Jean
Guy de Maupassant
He drew the fashionable world of 1868, crowding the beach of Trouville.
Trouville is also the scene of another of Dumass little-known tales, Pauline.